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Mountain Hardwear
WindLab GORE-TEX INFINIUM Stretch Glove

3.2857142857142856 out of 5 stars
21 Reviews


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Why We Like The Mountain Hardwear Windlab GORE-TEX Infinium Stretch Glove

Designed for dexterity and high-output activities, the Mountain Hardwear Windlab GORE-TEX Infinium Stretch Glove keeps our hands comfortable while we’re cross-country skiing, hiking, or backpacking in the cold. GORE-TEX Infinium Windstopper works its magic by blocking cold winds, shedding light moisture, and releasing moisture vapor when we’re burning serious calories on the trail.


  • Light and stretchy gloves for winter exercise
  • GORE-TEX Infinium Windstopper is windproof and breathable
  • Elastane conforms to fingers for dexterity and heat retention
  • Touchscreen-compatible thumb and index finger
  • Palm overlay provides added grip
  • Fits like a stretch liner glove
  • Item #MHWZ9A7
[face fabric] GORE-TEX Infinium Windstopper (92% polyester, 8% elastane), [Fabric Accent] AX Suede Cinco DWR
Palm Grip
Touchscreen Compatible
Claimed Weight
hiking, backpacking, Nordic skiing
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Overall Rating

3.5 based on 21 ratings

Review Summary

1 Stars - 5 reviews
2 Stars - 3 reviews
3 Stars - 2 reviews
4 Stars - 3 reviews
5 Stars - 8 reviews

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1 out of 5 stars

January 28, 2024

No way this is an K/XL

X/XL? More like small to medium. Used to make great products. Just comodomized rubbish now.


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1 out of 5 stars

January 23, 2024

SO bummed

I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Size Bought:
5' 6"

I had high hopes for these gloves for my trip to Iceland. While I have heavy duty gloves for adventuring, I thought these might be nice for days in the city/in transport. I wore them outside for a walk around the block (in Philadelphia, currently 38 degrees F, not windy) and my hands were IMMEDIATELY cold. I mean, immediately. I'm so glad I tested them out. Of note - I have pretty average sized hands for a woman (base of hand to tip of middle finger is 7")...and there was a ton of space in each finger, so much so that the touch screen feature was moot. Tried to pull them tighter and just overall dysfunction. Returning!

Hannah B
2 out of 5 stars

January 10, 2024

Not so hot/Can't touch that.

Purchased yesterday, tested this morning on a walk. 1.6 C, no wind, my hands were cold. Fingertips did not work consistently on touch screen of iPhone. Will return this morning.


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5 out of 5 stars

January 6, 2024

Amazing gloves!

I bought these for my husband for Christmas and he’s in love with them! He likes using these gloves during his camping/hiking/bushwhacking adventures. Not a drop of water gets in and they’re a perfect fit. He can’t recommend these enough!


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3 out of 5 stars

September 25, 2023

I have had them for over a year now. As liner gloves or light trekking gloves, they are fairly nice. The dexterity is very good, and I like the warmth they add when there is gentle breeze. What I don't like: 1. The touch sensor material is sticky on my phone screen and comes off fairly easily. It would be much better if they used a touch fabric instead of some weird conductive rubber. 2. They are not particularly durable. I have been pretty careful with them and they survived for about a year, but the finger stitching finally split on me the other day while I was on a class 4 traverse only occasionally using my hands for upward mobility. I would want them to stand up better to this kind of use. 3. Slippery palms! I cannot drive with them at all.


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4 out of 5 stars

January 23, 2023

Excited to see how they go

I bought these liners to use as touring liners, and when I got them in the mail, they were a bit more snug than what I was expecting. I recently got the OP glove in a medium, which is a perfect fit for my hands (I can't stress enough how well those gloves fit me), so seeing as there was no dedicated medium sizing for the liners, I ordered the small/medium thinking that the L/XL would be too big. I should've ordered the L/XL. lengthwise, the liners are close to perfect. The webbing just barely touches the webbing between my fingers, and my fingers fill the finger slots all the way. But man, they are SNUG. I'm a bit worried that I may have to suffer with some screaming barfies with these guys due to their tight fit, but I'm also expecting that they'll stretch out a bit too. Quality wise, they are fairly thin, which is what I was expecting, but with the fit being as tight as it is, I don't expect them to last very long. If you are a ski patroller looking for working-do-everything liners, I'd grab MH's unisex power stretch over these. If you fit a medium mountain hardware glove, I'd recommend getting these guys a size up.


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1 out of 5 stars

January 8, 2023


I bought these in the hopes they would serve as a base layer glove on mountaineering trips. They completely missed the mark. While I love the snug fit, the touch screen tips do not work, at all.


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2 out of 5 stars

May 4, 2022

Very Small

I've purchased several pairs of MH gloves in the past -- these are tiny in comparison. The L/XL size was too small for me - and barely fits by 13yr old.


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1 out of 5 stars

March 23, 2022

These leave black smudges on everything!!

I wanted to love these gloves and use them for ski touring. The first time I wore them the coating on the finger tips peeled and are now leaving black smudges on everything. I have red ski pants that now have black marks near the pocket zippers from using these gloves.

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4 out of 5 stars

February 21, 2022

Great except for one little thing

I’ve taken these gloves out for a couple backcountry ski trips, where I find my hands often overheat with any insulation but are too cold with nothing. These did a great job providing just a little wind and water protection, without soaking through. This makes it much easier to fiddle with cold gear, rummage around in the pack, etc. Seems like all the fingers work with touchscreens. Only downside I’ve noticed is that they leave black smudges on my plastic gear—maybe from the rubberized fingertips? Maybe this will go away over time but I’ll need to be a little careful handing stuff like goggles and sunglasses.


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